Inmaculada Nieto (candidate for Andalusia) has asked that the discussion on the Andalusian electoral campaigns not be centered on the polls but instead focus on Andalusia. Inmaculada Nieto, a speech that was characterized by defense of public services, asked that those demobilized in the next two weeks be told to "raise their heads". She assured that "if we all get to this beat, we will lead the blockade of progress."
He was confronted with this and asked the militancy for help. They were to remind them that "nothing has been decided here" and that "things don't go well where they are going, and that what is occurring is extremely unfair." He insisted that he would tell all those who he knows are wrong, because they have suffered, and it is normal for them not to be right, that they must raise their heads.
Nieto claimed that public education and health were achieved through a labor reform, which was opposed by the PP. He made numerous references to Moreno in his speech, claiming that he was "nothing moderate" and that he "is not the beacon for the West". He said that the PP "is the party o corruption, unemployment, and precariousness". Before him, he had placed the interests of a'social majority' which, he stated, "has to translate into an electoral majority".